Thomas
I. noun Etymology: Greek Thōmas, from Hebrew t'ōm twin Date: before 12th century an apostle who demanded proof of Jesus' resurrection II. biographical name (Charles-Louis-) Ambroise 1811-1896 French composer III. biographical name Augustus 1857-1934 American dramatist IV. biographical name Clarence 1948- American jurist V. biographical name Dylan Marlais 1914-1953 Welsh poet VI. biographical name Edward Donnall 1920- American physician VII. biographical name Lowell (Jackson) 1892-1981 American traveler, journalist, & author VIII. biographical name Norman Mattoon 1884-1968 American socialist politician IX. biographical name Seth 1785-1859 American clock manufacturer X. biographical name (Christian Friedrich) Theodore 1835-1905 American (German-born) conductor

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